Welcome to Language Clinic                    

Today, English is a world language as it is being spoken by millions both as first and second language almost all over the world. As the language increases its varieties, so also are the people using it prone to make mistakes and errors in the course of the usage. Hinged upon this, the thrust of Language Clinic is to check the use of English among the users of English whether native or non-native and make necessary corrections towards accurate Standard English. 

 

As time goes on, we shall be including some other educative  material that will enhance our use of English per excellence. 

 

 

Visitor's notice

For now, the substance of this web site is the blog.

Feel free to ask any question through our BLOG DISCOURSE. 

Nevertheless, make sure you have checked our blog articles before making your comments so as to avoid repetition of topics.

Click HERE for all our blog posts. 

BLOG DISCOURSE

Date: 26/01/2015

By: OYELEKE BLESSING

Subject: ENGLISH

Which one is correct:In time/ On time?

Date: 02/02/2015

By: Don DAVE

Subject: Re: ENGLISH in/on time

Thank for stopping by. Kindly go here for the answer: http://languageclinic.webnode.com/news/in-time-on-time/

Date: 12/11/2014

By: john

Subject: demand for

is it correct to say i demand for a bag of rice

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Language Clinic on facebook

29/10/2013 13:55
  Language Clinic started on facebook as a group. Check us out here:    http://www.facebook.com/groups/288378127889094    Let us know what your thoughts are about us in the comments and the poll. Thanks.

OMNISHAMBLES - The newest word in Oxford Dictionary.

05/12/2012 14:04
Have you heard this word before: omnishambles?  It is the newest word in Oxford Dictionary. Omnishambles (noun, informal) means a situation that has been comprehensively mismanaged, characterised by a string of blunders and miscalculations.   [coined by the writers of the satirical...

FROM THE BLOG

05/12/2012 13:08
letterhead not letterheaded paper, ban not band; Between SEND-OFF AND SENDFORTH, CORRECT USAGE OF "YOU" AND "ME" . . .    Go to the blog for the detail.    
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